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Where and when should a utility trim vegetation near power lines to best reduce the risk of wildfires? When is the most cost-effective time to take a wind turbine out of service for general maintenance? How can customers be convinced

New year, new beginning, new events! There is nothing more exciting than learning something new. And as we start the new chapter of the year, we welcome you with Top January 2022 Industrial IoT & ICS Cybersecurity Events that is happening

A technology with great potential, which can optimize processes and solve problems, but which, without giving in to easy enthusiasm, must be carefully contextualized, under penalty of premature rejection. The Blockchain theme has been proposed several times in recent years and

Medium-sized companies are being increasingly challenged to figure out how their product portfolios or operations can become smarter with the help of the IoT technology. A growing number of connected devices produce trillions of gigabytes of data per day (at

To keep up with the speed of digital business, more organizations are looking to bring together information technology, which manages data, and operational technology, which handles manufacturing and industrial equipment. Bridging IT and OT departments can help improve productivity and

While no tool lasts forever, there are many factors affecting tool life. Here are a few methods to reduce tool wear and tear: 1. Use Appropriate Speeds and Feeds While the cutting tool rotates, bores, or cuts at a set cutting speed,

The concept of digital twins has been around since the 1970s, but more recently we’ve started to see rapid adoption of the technology in a number of scenarios. With organizations in energy, transport, manufacturing, medicine and others creating digital twins

Today the Cloud represents the fruition model that makes Information Technology increasingly ready to respond to rapid changes in the context. Organizations are increasingly “data-driven”, and Data Analytics, a set of quantitative and qualitative approaches to obtain “valuable insights” from data,

The Department of Energy reports that businesses, federal, state, and local governments own, operate, and use 93 billion square feet of U.S. real estate and account for 18 percent of U.S. primary energy use—more than all of Canada's energy consumption.